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2016 Term 4
Drama students take out gold in AHIGS Festival of Speech
Wenona came first in Drama at the Association of Heads of Independent Girls' Schools (AHIGS) Festival of Speech on Saturday 22 October, 2016.
"A grandparent is someone who takes care of people" - Woodstock reflect on Grandparents Day
The grandparents of Woodstock students came to School for morning tea and to tell tales of time gone by.
A drawing of her Papou wins Annelise of Year 11 the Northbridge Art Prize
A charcoal drawing of her grandfather, who journeyed from Greece to Australia at age 16, won Annelise of Year 11 the Northbridge Children’s Art Prize 2016 in the drawing category.
A sneak peek at the works on display at the Judith Dey Gallery
The Judith Dey Gallery showcases drawings, painting, felting, lights and sculpture by Visual Arts and Textiles and Applied Science students from Years 7 to 12.
Design Thinking: Year 10 students create graphic novels for the Sydney Jewish Museum
‘To remember’ in Hebrew means something a little different to what it does in English, Head of Teaching and Learning (Senior College) Mr Luke Simkins says.
Design Thinking: Year 8 prototype sustainable communities for the future
Year 8 have envisioned and prototyped economically-viable and socially-focused communities over two Design Thinking days.
Emma of Year 11 campaigns for sun safety with a 21km run
“Approximately two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer at least once in our lives,” says Emma of Year 11.
Young musicians rise to the challenge at the Junior School Music Awards
Congratulations to Georgia and Lauren of Year 6, Sophie of Year 5 and Melissa of Year 4 who won their respective divisions at the Junior School Music Awards.
Former Head of Victorian Police shares insight on leadership with Wenona's Gender Equity Group
Christine Nixon spoke to Wenona girls about the lessons she learned in her 40 years’ experience in the police and public sector.
Junior School Prefects host their first service BBQ
The Junior School leaders conceptualised, ran and hosted a lunchtime BBQ to raise money for World Vision to provide assistance for refugee children.
Remembrance Day: Modern History students acknowledge service and sacrifice
Six of Wenona's Modern History students shared their unique perspectives on war, courage, mateship and loss at the Remembrance Day Assembly.
Service Learning in the Community: Small acts make a big difference
At the Houses and Service Assembly on Friday 11 November, Madison, Sibel, Rachel and Caitlin spoke about their experience in SLIC.
Stage 3 STEM Spectacular: Science investigations and bushfire-proof houses
Years 5 and 6 students presented their bushfire-proof houses and science investigations on Tuesday 22 November.
STEM Stories: Woodstock use Indigenous storytelling techniques to tell their personal histories
Woodstock students have been investigating indigenous stories, symbols and totems to create myths about their personal histories in a special unit called STEM Stories.
Wenonians walk in the footsteps of soldiers on the Kokoda Track
Five Wenonians braved the mountainous Kokoda Track during the holidays in the inaugural Wenona parent/student trek.
Year 10 students busk to reduce homelessness
Sophie of Year 10 gathered a team to busk on the steps of the amphitheatre to raise funds for Mission Australia.
Year 10 Work Experience: Reflections on health, education and research
This week Year 10 students experienced the world of work on a variety of different work experience placements in Sydney and interstate.
Year 6 students impress politicians in Canberra
“Forget the hustle and bustle of Question Time... the best questions about our nation’s future came from these outstanding students” said Member for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman.
Year 6 students reflect on their heroes at the IPSHA Public Speaking competition
Kate, Amelia and Millie of Year 6 reflected on their heroes at the inaugural IPSHA Public Speaking competition at Abbotsleigh.
Year 9 learn empathy, respect and responsibility on Urban Journeys
On 22 and 23 November, Year 9 undertook their annual Urban Journeys program. Over two days, separate groups investigate different global cultures .
Year 9 Service Learning Tours of Outback Australia and Southeast Asia
Head of Middle School Ms Carolyn Shaw describes the trips to the Pilbara, Kununurra, Laos and Borneo as a balance between cultural immersion and service projects.
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